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As we head into Day 3 of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Senate confirmation hearings, it is becoming very clear what kind of Supreme Court justice Jackson would be: a reliable vote for the woke left.

Writing in the New York Post today, Jon Schweppe, director of policy and government affairs for American Principles Project, explains why:

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) came out firing with a pretty simple question during Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing Tuesday: Why are all the woke activists on the left backing her? […]

Graham makes a compelling point. Why would radical organizations like Demand Justice — the most influential group on the left fighting to pack the court, funded by Arabella Advisors, a massive progressive dark-money group, and the Open Society Policy Center, one of George Soros’ nonprofit advocacy arms — cheer Jackson’s nomination?

Why would leftist groups like American Atheists, the Human Rights Campaign, NARAL, Planned Parenthood, the National Education Association and the Southern Poverty Law Center push the White House to nominate Jackson and the Senate to confirm?

The answer is obvious. The left’s replacement for old reliable Justice Stephen Breyer is not going to be a modern Sandra Day O’Connor. Ketanji Brown Jackson is a woke Trojan horse, as the preponderance of evidence suggests.

Schweppe goes on to explore that evidence in detail. You can read his full op-ed here.

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